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Fitness for Purpose: A Glimpse at When, Why and How To Use Information Technology in Science Lessons
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Australian Science Teachers Journal Volume 43, Number 2, ISSN 0045-0855

Abstract

This table illustrates when, why, and how computer-based information technology best lends itself to learning in science classrooms. It aims to illustrate the potential of this technology and some of the thinking and planning that is necessary for successful, effective classroom use. Application types include data collecting devices, spreadsheets, simulations, the Internet, robotics, integrated learning systems, and information stores. (PVD)

Citation

Rodrigues, S. (1997). Fitness for Purpose: A Glimpse at When, Why and How To Use Information Technology in Science Lessons. Australian Science Teachers Journal, 43(2), 38-39. Retrieved February 18, 2020 from .

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